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Democrats Make Long-Shot Effort To Win Louisiana Senate Seat

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Former KKK Leader David Duke Blames Debate Protests On Black Lives Matter 'Radicals'

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Incumbents Poised For Big Wins Despite All The Attention On Outsiders

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The pills displayed above by the Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Medical Examiner's Office are fentanyl being sold illicitly as the drug Oxycodone. Fentanyl, a powerful opiate, is the same drug believed to have caused Prince's death. Lawmakers are debating ways to cut down on its use. AP/Cuyahoga Medical Examiner's Office hide caption

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